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Filling out government forms: What you need to know (Part 2 of 2)

As you know, HSLDA believes that parents know their children best and are most equipped to educate and direct the education of their children. Filling out reporting forms is not a lot of fun, but it is an opportunity...

The Three Keys to Freedom

By Maylanie Turgeon Translated by Louise Frazer What motivates families in 2016 to rethink their family dynamics? The quest for flexibility and freedom: freedom of choice and freedom of action. When we choose to throw ourselves into the adventure...

Skip-a-thon of Hope: Homeschoolers reaching out to Fort McMurray

By Louise Frazer No doubt you have seen the gripping scenes of terror as people fled Fort McMurray to escape the raging inferno. Far away, 3000 km away, a homeschool mom, Cathy, and her family were riveted as they...

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Filling Out Government Forms: What you need to know (Part 1 of 2)

HSLDA has been a support to homeschooling families as they undertake reporting and notifying obligations from their provinces or local school boards. Our member site has sample paperwork, templates, and up-to-date provincial regulations. Still, reporting can be a bit...

Intrusive Home Visits in Manitoba reveal the ongoing need for HSLDA

HSLDA Canada is a non-profit, national homeschool organization that monitors educational policies that affect homeschoolers across Canada. Should issues arise that compromise homeschoolers’ rights and freedoms, HSLDA advocates on their behalf at every level of government. Because of HSLDA’s...

Transition to University

I knew my homeschooling years were drawing to a close when my peers stopped asking me the perennial question, “Do you do school in your pyjamas?” and instead started wondering, “How will you get into university?” In my case,...

The Cherished Years: Family and the Three Rs

By Caitlyn Watson. Visiting the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Exploring the mysteries of science and history with Mom and Dad. Getting acquainted with baby Sawat owls in a field trip setting. What do all these...

“Illegal” Issues in Homeschooling: Be informed and stay in touch

By Louise Frazer. One of the benefits of homeschooling is the diversity‐‐diverse families, diverse curriculum, diverse methods of evaluation, and there is even a certain diversity across Canada. We are fortunate to enjoy a great deal of freedom. Freedom...

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As a home educator you know the benefits of having access to solid resources to maximize your time and achieve your goals. For over 25 years HSLDA has been working diligently to support homeschool families like yours by providing everything needed to succeed. Expert legal support, insurance coverage, and advice from our experienced staff are just some of the many benefits of joining HSLDA.

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